Your child can experience what a day with Mike and Sulley would be like at the Scare Factory. They can visit the mail room and help sort packages. Go to the Scare floor to operate the doors and much more. There's lots to do, and Mike and Sulley invite them in to help.
Use figures to turn disks to sort mail, fill canisters and move doors through factory, includes Mike, Sulley, 4 doors, 2 scare canisters, 3 pieces of mail, garbage can, dustpan, broom, 4 figure disk activations
Rated 5 out of
Love it!My kids and I love this! It goes great with the movies, is fun, and super cute! I bought some of the other monsters to go with it which makes it even more fun. We loved that Mikes eye even moves. There just seems to be a lot you can do with the Imaginext toys and we are big fans of them. Thanks for another great product!
Date published: 2015-01-06
Rated 4 out of
Pretty coolMy daughter loves this movie, so she loved this toy...... lot's to do. Fun with friends. Only thing she would have loved is to have more characters included. She saw all the characters on the box, so she thought they were included.........turns out, must buy them separately.
Date published: 2013-10-10
Rated 4 out of
Fun Toy - Characters Make It!Got this for my 7 year old, and he played with it with his 9 year old brother very well for quite a while! They acted out lots of scenes from the movie and related scenes from their imaginations. We have gotten other imaginext toys and so they knew how they work and my boys have always liked them. We save the cardboard "extras" and play with them too. I was worried my boys would be a bit old for this but they really like playing with it and share it so well - I really think it's the characters and relation to the movie that makes it work for them.
Date published: 2013-10-09
Rated 3 out of
okay purchaseMy child loved the cute/friendly monsters. He learned about the envelopes, stamps and how the mail system works. We like the pieces that move in and out. I wish there was music to keep the child engaged in the play longer. After a while (a few days) he got bored and now doesn't play with it much. He plays with individual pieces only. I think this game is age appropriate for ages 3-4.